- In the first minutes and hours following the blasts that
devastated the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City,
the morning of April 19, 1995, a number of selfless individuals risked
life and limb to rescue many of the victims. Among them were Oklahoma City
police officers, Terrance Yeakey, Gordon Martin and Ken Griffin, a number
of Oklahoma City firefighters, Dr. H. Don Chumley, G.S.A. employee Mike
Loudenslager and others.
- In the aftermath of the "bombing" the name
Mike Loudenslager holds particular significance in the hearts of many
in and around Oklahoma City. And this is so, because of the forewarning
he gave to a number of those who had children in the Murrah Building's
day-care center. In the weeks preceding the bombing, G.S.A. employee,
Loudenslager, 48, became increasingly aware that large amounts of ordnance
and explosives were in the building and strongly urged (along with the
operator of the day-care center) a number of parents to take their children
out of the Murrah Building.
- This situation arose after other employees became
with an increased amount of ordnance (missiles) being brought into the
building by the B.A.T.F. and D.E.A. As a result of this concern, a
was filed with G.S.A. by the building's security director. The result was,
the man who'd complained lost his job there. Then, after the operator of
the day-care center (the security director's wife) notified the fire
after some remodeling had been done (as her license required her to do),
the fire marshals were denied access to do their inspection by federal
agents and told to leave! And the day-care operator lost her
- As a result of this (fearing the worst with all the talk
around town of a possible bombing), Mike Loudenslager and the day-care
center operator then told many of the parents to get their children out.
And, because of their warnings, far fewer children were in the day-care
center on that horrible Wednesday morning than there otherwise would have
been. A number of families, in and around Oklahoma City, have these two
people to thank for their children's lives today.
- Shortly after the bombing, Michael Loudenslager was
helping in the rescue and recovery effort. A large number of those at the
bomb-site either saw or talked with him. During the course of the early
rescue efforts, however, Mike Loudenslager was seen and heard in a very
"heated" confrontation with someone (there). Much of his anger
stemmed from the fact he felt the B.A.T.F. was in large part responsible
not only for the bombing, but for the death and inury to those inside,
including all the children.
- To the absolute astonishment of a large number of police
officers and rescue workers, it was later reported that G.S.A. employee
Mike Loudenslager's body had been found inside the Murrah Building the
following Sunday, still at his desk, a victim of the 9:02 A.M. bombing!
This, mind you, after he'd already been seen alive and well by numerous
rescue workers at the bomb-site AFTER the bombing! He is also officially
listed as one of the 168 bombing fatalities.
- The question now becomes: Was he murdered and placed
at his desk by federal agents? Or was he just simply murdered by them and
SAID to have been found at his desk? Access to the inside of the building,
from shortly after the bombing onward was extremely limited to nearly all
but federal employees by the F.B.I.
- His death is UNQUESTIONABLY the most important sidelight
of the Oklahoma City bombing. Mike Loudenslager's murder, most assuredly
was one of the major factors leading to the demise of both Dr. H. Don
and later Terry Yeakey.
- For whatever reason, the Oklahoma City Police Dept. has
always down-played Officer Terry Yeakey's presence at the Murrah Building
the morning of April 19, 1995, even though a large number of Oklahoma City
police officers, firefighters, emergency personnel and survivors KNOW he
played a much larger role in the early rescue-effort than he's given credit
- In an effort to cover up Mike Loudenslager's murder and
to intimidate others who were there early-on that morning, someone has
taken out a number of internal witnesses. Dr. Don Chumley AND Terry Yeakey,
both, besides being at the Murrah Building that morning, shared one other
commonality. Each at the time of his "death" was attempting to
deliver EVIDENCE concerning the fact Mike Loudenslager was alive and well
AFTER the bombing, and also to get certain other facts out about the
- In Terry Yeakey's case he thought he was delivering
and information to a multi-county task force who would help get the truth
out That's how he was set-up. In Dr. Chumley's case, he was killed, some
months earlier, when his personal jet aircraft "crashed" while
attempting to do the same thing.
- Were the deaths of Jack Colvert, Jackie Majors and Buddy
Youngblood also directly related to the cover-up of Mike Loudenslager's
murder? Each of them had been at the Murrah Building that morning and each
had also seen Mike Loudenslager ALIVE and well after the bombing. Others
who were there that morning have also felt threatened. Officer Gordon
for one, feels at least two attempts on his life have been made. Other
police officers and emergency services personnel fear for their personal
safety as well.
- And while all this goes on, the moguls of themajor-media
remain silent! The so-called "fourth pillar of democracy" - the
press - once again falls flat on its face, foresaking its sacred duty to
REPORT THE NEWS. Remember, Hell is just as hot for those who go there for
sins of OMISSION as those who go for sins of COMMISSION!.
- Another interesting case of "suicide" in
since the bombing, is that of Kenneth Trentadue, who as the result of
conditions of his parole in California, was re-incarcerated and sent to
a federal (transfer) facility in Oklahoma. Mr. Trentadue, the brother of
a prominent Salt Lake City, Utah attorney, supposedly committed suicide
by hanging himself. But in actuality managed to commit a
very similar to Terry Yeakey's (minus the gunshot-wound-to-the-head). Only
Kenneth Trentadue's was committed with knotted or "braided"
barely long enough to fit around his neck in a "suicide-proof"
- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE later reported the trustees who
cleaned Mr. Trentadue's cell after his "suicide" found copious
amounts of blood inside. This included bloody fingerprints up a wall, to
within a few inches of a "panic button" on or near the ceiling.
This certainly is not consistent with hanging. When his family was
by prison officials and informed of his "suicide", they were
asked if they wanted his remains cremated. They indicated they did not,
and after a very difficult time and much red-tape, the body was finally
shipped back to them.
- Being very skeptical as to a suicide, family members
removed the mortuary make-up and were shocked to find part of his skull
crushed, his knuckles damaged, bruises, puncture-and-slash-wounds over
a good portion of his body (including the soles of his feet) and his throat
slashed. Boot heel marks were apparent around the right eye and on his
chest. All evidence points to the fact Kenneth Trentadue was subdued after
a fight - brutally beaten, tortured and murdered!
- (Update: THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, Sat. July 11,
1998 - states M.E. says Trentadue death "suicide"!). This case
is "supposedly" being looked into by U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch.
7-term U.S. Rep. George Hansen of Idaho and his organization, The United
States Citizens Human Rights Commission, IS, however, actively pursuing
it. Former Rep. Hansen was himself unjustly convicted and imprisoned and
spent a number of years literally as a political prisoner in the federal
penal system until his case was finally decided by the U.S. Supreme
- Many Americans who are familiar with the Trentadue case
see a chilling similarity between Officer Terry Yeakey's
and Kenneth Trentadue's. Especially when each occurred in such close
to the other, in and around El Reno and Oklahoma City, AFTER the bombing.
Like Terry Yeakey, Kenneth Trentadue, (although smaller) was also a
man. He lifted weights regularly, had a 19-inch neck and was a
with street savvy. In short, he knew how to take care of himself.
- Many now wonder if Kenneth Trentadue might have had
regarding the Oklahoma City bombing, or its aftermath, that certain agents
wanted him taken-out for. And many also wonder why a man re-incarcerated
for violating his parole would REQUEST solitary confinement. What was
Trentadue afraid of?
- Could the murder of Murrah Building G.S.A. employee
Loudenslager and the subsequent cover-up be the reason for (many of) the
unresolved deaths in Oklahoma since the bombing? A growing number of
certainly think so.
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